An increasing majority of people living in B.C.'s northern interior support legalizing marijuana, according to a poll released Thursday.
Some 92 per cent of respondents either strongly or moderately agreed that chasing and arresting marijuana producers and sellers is ineffective and it would be better to tax and regulate its use, up from 68 per cent when the same question was asked last year.
The poll was conducted by the Angus Reid polling company on behalf of Stop the Violence B.C., an advocacy group that claims three former B.C. Attorneys General and three former Vancouver mayors among its members.
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